August 18th, 2022
Today's Passage: Psalm 22Psalm 22 is about Jesus. We can make the case that every Psalm points us to Jesus, but Psalm 22 goes much further.David in this Psalm is crying out because he feels abandoned ...
August 17th, 2022
Today's Passage: Psalm 21 “You”As you read Psalm 21, notice the amount of times David uses the word “you” or “your”, to refer to God, throughout. And don’t just notice the amount he uses, observe the ...
August 16th, 2022
Today’s Passage: Psalm 20I think this Psalm is vital for where we are in today’s culture. Trust is a big thing. We rarely truly give someone else our trust. We are so on guard. We often just end up tr...
August 15th, 2022
Today’s Passage: Psalm 19I was recently in a conversation with a guy regarding the uniqueness of Christianity. At the top of that list is the personally relational character of our God. When sin separ...
August 13th, 2022
Today’s Passage: Psalm 18The EnemyThe context behind Psalm 18 is the rescuing of David from the hands of King Saul. After the Lord revealed to Saul that David was to replace him as the king of Israel ...
August 12th, 2022
Today’s Passage: Psalm 17This is the first Psalm to simply be titled, “A Prayer”. David once again has come to God in his time of need, and this time he is essentially praying for protection. David fi...
August 11th, 2022
Today’s Passage: Psalm 16 As I was reading this Psalm, I began to recognize how much God had done for David. Listen to all of this: • God provides refuge and safety (v. 1)• Everything good comes from ...
August 10th, 2022
Today’s Passage: Psalm 15 The purpose of this Psalm is to show us how desperately we need Jesus. These are ideal heart characteristics that are not attainable without the mercy and grace of Jesus Chri...
August 9th, 2022
Today’s Passage: Psalm 14Psalm 14 gives us a window into sin. It lays out several principles and thoughts about sin. I pray that these penetrate your heart and call you up toward a greater relationshi...
August 8th, 2022
Today’s Passage: Psalm 13 I am constantly flummoxed at the unreasonableness of overtired children. They fight rest loudly—but their thrashing is the exact opposite path to solve their problem. Psalm 1...
August 6th, 2022
Today’s Passage: Psalm 12Once again David is showing us what it looks like to cry out to the Lord and plead for deliverance. This life is tainted with sin and the consequences of living in a fallen wo...
August 5th, 2022
Today’s Passage: Psalm 11It is generally believed that this psalm was written by David in response to a friend or counselor of his. The mood of this counselor is panic, as evidenced by his suggestion ...